Shooting victim Diane McIver told physicians working unsuccessfully to save her life that the bullet that struck her was fired by accident.

Fulton County prosecutors don’t believe it. As jury selection in the  murder trial of Diane McIver’s husband, Atlanta attorney Claud “Tex” McIver, opens Monday, lead prosecutor Clint Rucker must convince the panel the former Fisher & Phillips partner had a motive to kill her and acted with “an abandoned and malignant heart” in taking her life.

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